From A Midge in Your Hand is Worth Two Up Your Kilt
by Stuart McLean
Old Scottish Proverbs Revamped
Proverb - Translation
As poor as a kirk mouse.
As poor as a Wester Hailes mouse the day after the Dole money has been pissed against a wall.
Bairns speak i' the field what they hear i' the ha'.
Please miss ma maw’s having an affair wae the man next door . . . and so is ma da’.
Birds and blethers fly.
Carrier pigeons and emails are great ways of spreading malicious gossip.
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